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Outerwear in Golf - From Quarter Zips to Hoodies
Golf has an increasing amount of choice when it comes to outerwear for golf. From the traditional to the more modern, your decision will often depend on the year-round conditions that you live in.
There are several types of golf sweaters, each designed to meet specific needs and preferences. From light and flexible to more sturdy constructions, each has their own purpose, and each golfer has their own preference. We explore the types of golf outerwear pieces below:
Classic Golf Pullovers
This type of sweater is widely used, easy to wear, comfortable, and can be pulled over the head without the need for buttons or zippers. Popular due to their simplistic construction and ease of wear on and off the course, the basic cotton pullover keeps you warm during those spring and autumn months. Bear in mind that, depending on the materials used, these can sometimes inhibit your swing if the material is too heavy.
Performance Quarter Zips
Quarter Zip golf sweaters have become extremely popular in the UK in recent years, thanks to a rise in popularity of more versatile and flexible materials being used in their construction. A quarter-length zipper at the neck makes them easy to put on and take off and is popular among golfers who want a combination of comfort and versatility. Golfers tend to like these dual-purpose pieces that can work well in office, social and on-course settings.
Cable-knit golf sweaters are made from heavy knit fabric, making them ideal for cold weather, albeit at the expense of easy movement. They come in a range of colors and styles, and the cable-knit design adds a touch of classic style to any golfer's outfit. Consider these for those cold winter months where layering up properly is essential.
Performance golf hoodies have been designed with the modern golfer in mind. Their primary function is to allow unlimited movement throughout the swing, while keeping you warm during those fresh mornings. They are made from breathable, moisture-wicking materials that help regulate body temperature, and they often come with features such as UV protection, anti-odor technology, and stretchable fabric.
There are many types of golf sweaters available to choose from. Each type of sweater has its own unique style and features, and golfers can choose the one that best meets their needs and preferences. Whether you prefer a classic cable-knit sweater or a modern performance sweater, there is something for everyone. Keep in mind the weather conditions throughout the year - for the UK, we would recommend a light layering piece that can work in any month.